Consumer Alerts

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Little Tricky Bicycle Helmets Recalled Due to Risk of Head Injury

Product testing demonstrated that these bike helmets do not comply with CPSC safety standards for impact resistance. Consumers could suffer impact head injuries in a fall.

Consumers should stop using these bike helmets immediately and contact Triple Eight for a full refund.

Bravo Sports Recalls Disney-Branded Pogo Sticks Due to Fall and Laceration Hazards

The bottom rubber tip attached to the pogo stick frame can wear out prematurely, posing a fall hazard to consumers. Also, the end caps on the handlebars can come off, exposing sharp edges. This poses a laceration hazard to consumers.

Consumers should immediately stop using the pogo sticks and contact Bravo Sports for a full refund.

Uvex Ski Helmets Recalled Due to Head Injury Hazard

The helmet provides insufficient shock absorption and resistance to penetration, posing a head injury hazard.

Consumers should stop using the product immediately and return it to the store where purchased for a full refund or store credit.

Mizuno USA Inc. Recalls Baseball and Softball Gloves Due to Presence of Mold

Some gloves were found to contain a variety of molds that could cause respiratory or other infections in individuals with chronic health
problems, or in individuals who have impaired immune systems.

Consumers should immediately stop using the gloves and contact Mizuno USA to receive a full refund.

Defibtech Recalls Lifeline and ReviveR AEDs

Condition 1: In rare instances, the AED may cancel charge in
preparation for a shock. Based on field data, the odds of an affected
AED having this happen are less than a 1 in 400,000 chance per month for
any given AED.

A subset of AEDs (less than 11%) that are affected
by Condition 1 are also affected by Condition 2: In rare instances, the
AED may cancel charge in preparation for a shock in very high humidity
conditions. The only reported cases were in environments of greater than
95% relative humidity or condensing conditions. Based on field data,
the odds of an affected AED having this happen are less than a 1 in
250,000 chance per month for any given affected AED.

Defibtech will provide customers with a free software upgrade to address
these issues. The correction to the AED will be able to be performed at
the location where the AED is deployed.